Saturday, 28 February 2015

Could it be Magic?

Hi Bloggers!  Welcome to my bit of the Pootlers Blog Hop.  




If you're following the blog in order the you've arrived here from Caroline's blog and you know what it's all about.   If not, please do go back through the list and take a look at all the fab things the Pootlers have produced.


I just love cards that do something, and today's card is an example of a magic window card.  Here is is - 


Pull on the tab at the top and -


Magic!

We're basing our posts around the latest Stampin' Up!  catalogues. and as we're still in the middle of the Sale-a-Bration promotion, my card uses products that you can get for free as part of the promotion.  In fact, the only items I used that weren't part of Sale-a-Bration were the white card, the ink pads,  the Window sheet and the adhesive.  Even the Blendabilities pens I used to colour the bird came from Sale-a Bration - not bad eh!  

We've got some Blog Candy up for grabs - to be in with a chance of winning a bundle of goodies, including the Best Day Ever stamp set, the Best Year ever paper set and the co-ordinating ribbons and buttons, all you have to do is work your way through the hop before midday on Sunday and leave a comment on every blog.  The winner will be chosen at random and announced in the Pootles Craft Forum and here on Tuesday, 3d March.

You can see how I made the card in this YouTube tutorial.  It's easy when you know how!  (Need a diagram?  Download one from here!)


Onward, now, to Heidi's blog, and thank you for visiting!

Update- due to quality issues, Blendabilities have been discontinued.  However, Stampin' Write markers are available instead.  If you are using Stampin' Write, stamp your image in Staz-On.





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44 comments:

  1. I, too like cards that do something and this is one of the good ones.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  2. I have never tried this before, bit ssing this video, I may have a go.

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  3. I can't wait to make this card! I've never seen this design & think I could watch it slide over & over. Brilliant.

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  4. I love these magic cards and they never fail to amaze - and so easy to make too, but very effective.

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  5. I am having problems getting to the next blog...............

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    1. Hi Sue, link is fixed now - my apologies, it was entirely my fault. Thanks for letting me know.

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    2. Thank you very much, I have loved looking at all the lovelycraftythings that youall have made.

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  6. This is a WAUW card with that thouch of Magic in it.

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  7. Very cool, I can't wait to watch your video! This would be a fun card to make for a child. :-D

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  8. that's a surprise card! very beautiful!

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  9. I really like this card. Keep on stampin.

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  10. Beautiful card. Love it.
    Justyna xx

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  11. Just beautiful, so clever! I need to have a go. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  12. Love your card but the blog stops here for me. It says Safari can't find the server. Am I doing something wrong? I would like to continue on the blog hop if possible.

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  13. Love your card Keren!! I've always wanted to try this technique, now you have inspired me to try it!!
    Thank you.

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  14. This is awesome! I want to try making one! Thanks for the video!

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  15. Such fun, my first thought was "oh she didn't color that bird" and like magic there it was.

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  16. Oh magic indeed Karen. Will be back to watch your video - I look forward to seeing it. Many thanks.

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  17. Such a clever card - thanks so much for sharing :)

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  18. Oh my gosh Keren...fabulous "magic" card! I love it!!! Great inspiration!
    Thank you for sharing,
    Sarah S

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  19. I've seen the magic card demonstrated but never tried it...with your great tutorial, I think I'll give it a whirl.

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  20. Oh, I love this technique, children would love this!

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  21. Thanks for the video, lovely card!!!thanks for sharing

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  22. I've never seen anything like this before! Thanks for the video showing how you made it.

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  23. Great card love the techniques :-)

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  24. Incredible card! Thanks for sharing

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  25. I love the Magic Card technique. I've never seen it assembled like this - very simple.

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  26. I love interactive cards. I have tried these in the past without much success, but I am going to try again because yours is so pretty. Thank you for sharing. Twila
    franklintc@centurytel.net

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  27. Great tutorial, love the card

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  28. I had forgotten about this technique, thanks for the refresher

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  29. Clever idea. I will definitely have to give this a go. x

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  30. Very cute card, great technique!

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  31. This is one of those cards that are so adaptable, thank you for sharing

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  32. Something i've never tried but will be trying ! Thanks

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  33. Such a clever little birdie LOL Thanks for sharing this very cool idea!

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  34. Cute card and idea. I look forward to trying this technique on a card for my Granddaughters birthday. Thank you

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  35. Awesome magic window card! love it!

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  36. Thanks for taking part in our first blog hop! planning the next one as I type!
    Yay!

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